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Film review: ‘Hunger Games: Catching Fire’ is a worthy sequel

Film review: ‘Hunger Games: Catching Fire’ is a worthy sequel

By Lindsey Rader Special Contributor “Hunger Games: Catching Fire,” the sequel to the hit movie about young people forced to fight for their lives by a sinister government, mixes action,…

Art league to host wood sculptors

Art league to host wood sculptors

Special to the Current The Barnard’s Mill Art League will hold its monthly meeting Tuesday, Nov. 12, at 6 p.m., at the Mill Annex. This month the group will hear…

Native American dancer to pose at White Buffalo Gallery

Native American dancer to pose at White Buffalo Gallery

Special to the Current Native American pow-wow dancer Terry Ashby from Oklahoma will pose again for artists and onlookers this Saturday, Nov. 9, at The White Buffalo Gallery in downtown…

‘Art on the Paluxy’ show and sale features Summers, six other Texas artists

‘Art on the Paluxy’ show and sale features Summers, six other Texas artists

Special to the Current The Somervell History Foundation presents its sixth annual “Art on the Paluxy” Art Show and Sale this Saturday, Nov. 9 from 7 to 9 p.m. at…

Citizens Center News

Citizens Center News

Courtesy Somervell County Committee on Aging If you haven’t been by the center in a while, you should stop in and see what we’ve been doing with the rest of…

Film Review: Brad Pitt turns zombie hunter in smart, suspenseful ‘World War Z’

Film Review: Brad Pitt turns zombie hunter in smart, suspenseful ‘World War Z’

By Amber M. Ward “World War Z” is action packed, intelligent and suspenseful and, although I am not a big fan of “zombie” movies, this is one I can stand…

Widow of slain Navy SEAL sniper Chris Kyle promotes new book ‘American Gun’

Widow of slain Navy SEAL sniper Chris Kyle  promotes new book ‘American Gun’

By K’Leigh Bedingfield Texan News Service   After the murder of Chris Kyle, former Navy SEAL sniper and New York Times best-selling author, his wife, Taya Kyle, is keeping her…

Film Review: Action-packed ‘Man of Steel’ loses the red tights, puts modern spin on ‘Superman’ story

Film Review: Action-packed ‘Man of Steel’ loses the red tights, puts modern spin on ‘Superman’ story

By Amber M. Ward Director Zack Snyder’s new Superman pays homage to the old movies and keeps with the story while bringing it into a more modern setting. “Man of…

Film Review: ‘This Is the End’ takes friends on one last raunchy joyride

By Ian Troub “This Is the End” is an immensely hilarious, out-of-line, raunchy joyride from directors Evan Goldberg’s and Seth Rogen’s world-gone-wrong apocalypse. The film has all of the scope…

Film Review — Money disappears like magic in heist flick ‘Now You See Me’

By Amber M. Ward Director Louis Leterrier’s new movie “Now You See Me” is a tale about the exploits of four similar, but very different “magic makers” as they combine…

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